Watson Caring Science Lotus Recognition


Watson Caring Science Lotus Recognition

The Watson Caring Science Lotus Recognition highlights an organization for their authentic commitment and demonstration of values, philosophy, and human caring theory-guided practices of Watson Caring Science. This recognition reflects the organization’s caring and healing culture for staff, patients and communities.
Watson Caring Science Lotus Recognition
"This evolving view for humankind returns us to the heart of our humanity; it invites and requires practices for sustaining human caring for humanity and the planet for the collective well-being of all.”
Jean Watson (2008)

About the Watson Caring Science Lotus Recognition Program

Intended Audience


This recognition is for hospitals, care homes, or other caring mission led organizations. It is open to unit, department, identified practice area, or program level within an organization. It is not for individuals, but for groups of people.

Applicants will demonstrate their commitment to Watson’s Caring Science Theory via their Practice or what we call ‘Praxis’. WCSI’s definition of Praxis means: to demonstrate exemplary informed loving kindness within your work.

Application Process


We have made this application process in alignment with our values. We want to capture your work in an easy, accessible, and plain language manner. We’ll ask you for qualitative and quantitative information. This will provide rich data for future research into the value of Watson’s Caring Science and contribute to the field of healthcare and how we care for ourselves and each other.

Thank you for applying!

How to Apply

More Information

Dianne G. Reid, MS,BSN, RN, NE-BC
WCSI Program Enrichment Director
dianne@watsoncaringscience.org


Background of Lotus


The symbol of Watson Caring Science Institute’s logo embraces the beauty and simplicity of the universal lotus, a symbol of enlightenment and elevated consciousness throughout history and all cultures.

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